Bryan Station High School
February 27-March 3, 2001
Copyright © 2001 Ron Harrison
Tates Creek (8-17) vs. Henry Clay (13-14) Feb. 27th
Coach Joe Pat Covington's Tates Creek Commodores were no match for Henry
Clay as the Blue Devils won by a score of 70-51. Kirk
Chiles' team was led by the trio of 5-5 So. Lamont Campbell, 6-6
Jr. Clay List, and 6-2 Sr. Rod Dunham with 17, 16 and 15
points respectively. Tates Creek was led tonight by Jr. Brad Schueler
with 19 points and 6-0 Fr. Justin Taylor added 11 points.
|Tates Creek||(51) -||Taylor 11, Holman 9, Schueler 19, Dicks 3, Cross 5, McCoy 2, Hughes 0, Murphy 2.|
|Henry Clay||(70) -||List 16, Dunham 15, Campbell 17, Jones 4, Johnson 6, Bowman 4, Thornberry 3, Kessinger 4, Clift 1.|
Semifinal No. 1 Henry Clay (14-14) vs. Bryan Station (14-9) Mar. 1st
Henry Clay coach Kirk Chiles started the following lineup: 6-2 Sr. Rod Dunham, 6-6 Jr. Clay List, 5-8 Sr. Kyle Johnson, 5-5 So. Lamont Campbell, and 5-11 Sr. Chris Jones. Bryan Station coach Bobby Washington countered with 6-0 Sr. Brian Carpenter, 6-6 Sr. Terren Harbut, 6-4 Sr. Waltclaire Flynn, 5-8 Sr. Scotty Ferguson , and 6-4 Jr. David Kryscio.
Bryan Station utilized 61.1% field goal shooting and a 37-28 edge in
rebounding to defeat Henry Clay by a score of 77-59.
Bryan Station was led by Brian Carpenter with 29 points and 8 rebounds.
Terren Harbut chipped in with 17 points and 11 rebounds. Scotty
Ferguson and Waltclaire Flynn each added 14 points. Henry
Clay was led by Clay List with 26 points and 14 rebounds. Rod
Dunham added 17 points
|Henry Clay||(59) -||Dunham 17, List 26, Johnson 3, Campbell 4, Jones 0, Thornberry 3, Gentry 6.|
|Bryan Station||(77) -||Carpenter 29, Harbut 17, Flynn 14, Ferguson 14, Kryscio 0, Martiese Morones 1, Miles 2.|
Semifinal No. 2 Lafayette (16-11) vs. Paul Dunbar (19-6) Mar. 1st
Lafayette coach Don Adkins started the following lineup: 6-3 Sr. Robert Madison, 6-6 Sr. Dudley Hall, 6-7 Sr. Vernard Hazard, 5-9 Sr. James Gentry, and 6-0 Sr. Quinton Roberts. Paul Dunbar coach Eddie Oakley countered with 6-4 Sr. Rod Lyvers, 6-3 Sr. David Byars, 6-6 Jr. Kenneth Fox, 6-3 Sr. Clay Tate, and 6-0 So. Marcus Conner.
Lafayette pulled away from a 48-48 tie at the end of three quarters
to defeat Dunbar by a score of 73-68. Lafayette shot 65.9%
from the field including an eye-popping 81% in the second half. Lafayette
was led tonight by James Gentry with 20 points. Vernard
Hazard added 15 points, with 11 points coming in the final period.
Quinton Roberts added 13 points and 10 assists. Dunbar was
led tonight by David Byars with 18 points and 9 rebounds.
Fox added 16 points and 8 rebounds.
|Lafayette||(73) -||Madison 10, Hall 0, Hazard 15, Gentry 20, Roberts 13, Floyd 5, Riley 10.|
|Paul Dunbar||(68) -||Lyvers 6, Byars 18, Fox 16, Tate 10, Conner 8, Adams 1, Matthews 9.|
Girls Championship Bryan Station (18-8) vs. Henry Clay (24-3) Mar. 3rd
Bryan Station coach Jackie Williams started the following lineup: 6-0 So. Tracy Harbut, 5-8 Jr. Sharia Young, 5-9 Jr. Ashlee Crump , 5-9 Jr. Mimi Combs, and Sr. Shamea Skinner. Henry Clay coach Scott Cromwell countered with 5-3 Fr. Johnna Carlisle, 6-0 So. Leah Hill, 5-9 Jr. Katie Columbus, 5-10 Sr. Freddricka Embry, and 5-7 Jr. Nastassia Alcius.
Henry Clay had to overcome an early offensive explosion to claw back
for a hard-earned 68-58 victory. Bryan Station led 25-10 early in
the second quarter before Henry Clay went on a 23-7 run to take a 33-32
lead at halftime. The score was tied 47-47 at the end of three quarters
and remained close until Henry Clay scored 10 of the last 12 points of
the game to secure the victory. Henry Clay was led tonight by Nastassia
Alcius with 27 points. Johnna Carlisle and tourney MVP Freddricka
Embry each added 13 points with Embry pulling down 11 rebounds.
Bryan Station was led by Sharia Young and Tracy Harbut with
24 and 19 points respectively.
Mimi Combs added 9 points
and 12 rebounds.
|Bryan Station||(58) -||Harbut 19, Young 24, Crump 0, Combs 9, Skinner 0, Blankenship 2, Penman 4.|
|Henry Clay||(68) -||Carlisle 13, Hill 4, Columbus 9, Embry 13, Alcius 27, Wilson 2.|
Girls All Tournament Team
|Emily Sensenbrenner||Jr.||Tates Creek|
|Neeley Thomas||Sr.||Paul Dunbar|
|Tracy Harbut||So.||Bryan Station|
|Sharia Young||Jr.||Bryan Station|
|Nastassia Alcius||Jr.||Henry Clay|
|Mary Tobin||Fr.||Henry Clay|
|Freddricka Embry||Sr.||Henry Clay||MVP|
Boys Championship Lafayette (17-11) vs. Bryan Station (15-9) Mar. 3rd
Lafayette coach Don Adkins started the following lineup: 6-3 Sr. Robert Madison, 6-6 Sr. Dudley Hall, 6-7 Sr. Vernard Hazard, 5-9 Sr. James Gentry, and 6-0 Sr. Quinton Roberts. Bryan Station coach Bobby Washington countered with 6-0 Sr. Brian Carpenter, 6-6 Sr. Terren Harbut, 6-4 Sr. Waltclaire Flynn, 5-8 Sr. Scotty Ferguson, and 5-8 8th grade Martiese Morones.
Lafayette pulled away in the final minutes of the final period to claim
the 43rd district championship by a score of 61-53. Lafayette
was led tonight by Robert Madison with 20 points. Vernard
Hazard added 13 points and was named tourney MVP. Dudley Hall
9 points and 10 rebounds. Bryan Station was led by Brian Carpenter
with 15 points. Scotty Ferguson added 12 points, 7 rebounds,
and 6 assists. Terren Harbut was held to 6 points but pulled
down 10 rebounds.
|Lafayette||(61) -||Madison 20, Hall 9, Hazard 13, Gentry 9, Roberts 6, Floyd 2, Riley 2.|
|Bryan Station||(53) -||Carpenter 15, Harbut 6, Flynn 10, Ferguson 12, Martiese Morones 5, Miles 5.|
Boys All Tournament Team
|Brad Schueler||Jr.||Tates Creek|
|Clay List||Jr.||Henry Clay|
|David Byars||Sr.||Paul Dunbar|
|Brian Carpenter||Sr.||Bryan Station|
|Scotty Ferguson||Sr.||Bryan Station|
Congratulations to the Lafayette men and Henry Clay women for their district titles. It was an excellent week of basketball played before overflowing crowds at Bryan Station High School. I was only able to attend one girls game which was my loss because in that game I saw some excellent basketball and several young ladies who will be playing ball at the next level. Both Henry Clay and Bryan Station advance to the 11th region tournament and very well could meet again.
Lafayette always had the perimeter game but needed to develop an inside game. 6-6 Sr. Dudley Hall and 6-7 Sr. Vernard Hazard were up to the task in the tournament, with Hazard being named MVP. Bryan Station also advances to the 11th region tournament. Harbut, Carpenter, and Flynn have received most of the publicity but don't forget 5-8 Sr. Scotty Ferguson -- a very underrated point guard who fuels the Defender engine.
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